Fall 1969 • Vol. XXXI No. 5 PoetryJanuary 1, 1969 |

Another Light

Momentary blindness seeing you In another light, feeling suddenly As if I'd vomited, before the nausea Swells again, swallowing me up, Is all the grace I'm granted when I beg.

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